The Reflection Tour was the first major headlining tour by American girl group Fifth Harmony. Staged in support of the group's first studio album, Reflection, the tour visited amphitheaters and arenas throughout 2015. Comprising four legs and 69 concerts, the Reflection Tour opened on 27 February 2015 in San Francisco, California; the tour visited North America from late February through early September, and Europe from September through November.

In the first leg of the tour, concerts were structured with photographer umbrella lights serving as the background for every show. Jasmine V, Jacob Whitesides and Mahogany Lox served as opening acts.[1] The tour proved to be a critical and commercial success. The first show began on February 27, 2015 in San Francisco and ended on March 27, 2015 in Philadelphia.[2] Yahoo! livestreamed the March 24, 2015 Boston concert.[3] Sixteen of the twenty-five dates were sold out. The tour attracted over 30,000 fans and grossed a total of $1.3 million, becoming the group's most successful tour yet.[4]

After completing the tour, the group announced an extension, Reflection: The Summer Tour, a North American two-month tour, which began on July 15, 2015 in Louisville, Kentucky and ended on September 5, 2015 in Timonium, Maryland. The tour had Bea Miller, The Never Ending, Natalie La Rose and Common Kings as opening acts in North America.[5][6]

After the completion of Reflection: The Summer Tour, the group announced a European leg, adding six shows and visiting the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands. The European leg commenced on October 26, 2015 in Madrid, Spain and ended on November 9, 2015 in Paris, France.[7] The opening acts included Dionne Bromfield in England, and Paul Rey in the Germany and France shows.

After the success of the legs of the tour, the group decided to do some Reflection Tour Shows in some other places till February such as San Jose, California, New York City, New York, & Dubai, United Arab Emirates.


Following Fifth Harmony's success on the hit TV show The X Factor, their 2014 selection as an MTV Artist to Watch, and the group's Artist to Watch MTV Video Music Award win, an MTV-sponsored headlining tour was announced in January 2015.[8] This was to be Fifth Harmony's first major tour following small-scale headlining tours in 2013 and 2014, and slots as opening acts on tours for Demi Lovato, Cher Lloyd, and Austin Mahone. In conjunction with the tour announcement on January 7, 2015, a cover of the hit song Uptown Funk was uploaded onto Fifth Harmony's YouTube account, featuring the group and their three opening acts: Jacob Whitesides, Jasmine V, and Mahogany Lox.[9][10]


Reflection: The Summer Tour

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One of several promotional posters used for Reflection: The Summer Tour.

After completing the first leg of the tour, the group decided to go on another leg in North America. This tour was a revamped version of the original tour, in which they were performing more songs in new and bigger venues. The group announced the summer leg of the tour at a 'Pool Party' sponsored by Candie's with the event broadcast by Periscope.[11] On this tour, Fifth Harmony wore their first-time ever custom-designed costumes by Marina Toybina, the three-time Emmy award winner.[12] The setlist was choreographed by Sean Bankhead. The first show started on July 15 and ended on September 16, 2015. There are a total of 31 shows, with every show sold out. According to various sources, new production and a different setlist including new covers and more songs have been planned for this leg of the tour.

European Reflection Tour

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Promotional poster used for Reflection: The European Tour.

Due to the success of the group's previous tours, another extension was planned. This was the group's third major Headlining tour and their first European tour. The tour was announced on September 2, 2015. The tour began on October 26, 2015 and concluded on November 9, 2015. All of the shows in this tour were completely sold out. Dionne Bromfield was the opening act for shows in London and Manchester and Paul Rey for the shows in Paris and Frankfurt. The group performed songs in five countries around Europe, including Spain, France, and the United Kingdom. The outfits used for the tour remained the same from previous entensions, except for a change in color. For this tour, the color featured an all red design, a distinction from the blue color the girls used in their previous tours. Marina Toybina was the designer for the group's outfits, who has designed outfits for notable artists such as Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, and Taylor Swift.

The promotional poster for the tour featured the same image used for the cover art of the Hotel Transylvania 2 inspired track, I'm in Love with a Monster. The poster was announced through the group's social media accounts.


The Reflection Tour

This setlist is representative of the first leg of the tour and does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Reflection"
  2. "Going Nowhere"
  3. "Sledgehammer"
  4. "Better Together"
  5. "Suga Mama"
  6. "Worth It"
  7. "We Know"
  8. "Like Mariah"
  9. "Everlasting Love"
  10. "Top Down"
  11. "This Is How We Roll"
  12. "Boss"
  13. "Brave Honest Beautiful"

Reflection: The Summer Tour

This setlist is representative of the second leg of the tour and does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Boss"
  2. "Reflection"
  3. "Going Nowhere"
  4. "Miss Movin' On" / "We Will Rock You" / "Bad Blood" / "Bitch Better Have My Money"
  5. "Sledgehammer"
  6. "Suga Mama"
  7. "Them Girls Be Like"
  8. "Top Down"
  9. "Better Together"
  10. "This Is How We Roll"
  11. "Brave Honest Beautiful"
  12. "Like Mariah"
  13. "We Know"
  1. "Everlasting Love"
  2. "Worth It"
  3. "Body Rock"


Critical responses

Commercial performance


Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
North America[1][2][13]
February 27, 2015 San Francisco United States Regency Ballroom Jacob Whitesides
Jasmine V
Mahogany Lox
1,424 / 1,424 $46,280
February 28, 2015 San Diego House of Blues N/A
March 1, 2015 Los Angeles Club Nokia 2,828 / 2,828 $80,928
March 4, 2015 Dallas Gexa Energy Pavilion N/A
March 5, 2015 Houston Miller Outdoor Theatre N/A
March 7, 2015 Fort Lauderdale Parker Playhouse N/A
March 8, 2015 Tampa Busch Gardens Amusement Park N/A
March 9, 2015 Atlanta Buckhead Theatre N/A
March 10, 2015 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion N/A
March 11, 2015 Norfolk Norva Theatre N/A
March 12, 2015 Richmond National Theater N/A
March 14, 2015 Chicago FirstMerit Bank Pavilion N/A
March 15, 2015 Indianapolis Murat Theatre N/A
March 16, 2015 Royal Oak Royal Oak Music Theatre N/A
March 17, 2015 Toronto Canada Molson Canadian Amphitheatre N/A
March 18, 2015 Youngstown United States Stambaugh Auditorium N/A
March 20, 2015 Red Bank Count Basie Theatre N/A
March 21, 2015 Albany Upstate Concert Hall N/A
March 22, 2015 Ledyard Grand Theater N/A
March 23, 2015 New York City East River Park Amphiteatre N/A
March 24, 2015 Boston Blue Hills Bank Pavilion N/A
March 26, 2015 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem Event Center N/A
March 27, 2015 Glenside Keswick Theatre N/A
July 15, 2015 Louisville Iroquois Amphitheatre Bea Miller
Natalie La Rose
The Never Ending
July 17, 2015 Lakewood Lakewood Civic Auditorium N/A
July 20, 2015 Atlanta Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center N/A
July 21, 2015 Nashville Ascend Amphitheater N/A
July 23, 2015 St. Louis The Muny N/A
July 24, 2015 Rogers Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion N/A
July 25, 2015 Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Stage N/A
July 26, 2015 Birmingham BJCC Concert Hall N/A
July 28, 2015 Jacksonville Florida Theatre N/A
July 29, 2015 Miami Beach The Fillmore Miami Beach N/A
July 30, 2015 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall N/A
July 31, 2015 Orlando Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts N/A
August 2, 2015 San Antonio Tobin Center for the Performing Arts N/A
August 3, 2015 Houston Miller Outdoor Theatre N/A
August 4, 2015 Midland Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center N/A
August 5, 2015 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre N/A
August 7, 2015 Phoenix Comerica Theatre N/A
August 8, 2015 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre N/A
August 9, 2015 San Jose Event Center Arena N/A
August 11, 2015 Santa Rosa Wells Fargo Center for the Arts N/A
August 12, 2015 Bakersfield Rabobank Arena N/A
August 13, 2015 Las Vegas Clark County Amphitheatre N/A
August 18, 2015 Denver Paramount Theatre N/A
August 20, 2015 Kansas City Starlight Theater N/A
August 21, 2015 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheatre N/A
August 23, 2015 Buffalo Shea's Performing Arts Center N/A
August 24, 2015 Albany Palace Theatre N/A
August 26, 2015 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre N/A
August 27, 2015 New York City East River Park Amphitheatre N/A
September 4, 2015 Syracuse New York State Fair N/A
September 5, 2015 Timonium Maryland State Fair N/A
October 10, 2015 Paradise Island The Bahamas Atlantic Theatre N/A
October 26, 2015 Madrid Spain La Riveria N/A
October 31, 2015 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg N/A
November 3, 2015 London England O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire Dionne Bromfield N/A
November 4, 2015 Manchester The Ritz N/A
November 8, 2015 Frankfurt Germany Gibson Club Paul Rey N/A
November 9, 2015 Paris France Le Trianon N/A
North America
November 25, 2015 Mexico City Mexico El Plaza Condesa ARI
Meli G
February 12, 2016 Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai Media City Amphitheater None

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
July 18, 2015 Cincinnati United States PNC Pavilion Performing at the BET Players Awards[14]
September 16, 2015 Puyallup Washington State Fair Illness


  1. ^The October 10, 2015 show is part of the Atlantic Live concert at Atlantic Theatre.
  2. ^"Fifth Harmony Are Going On Tour!". MTV. Retrieved January 7, 2015.
  3. ^"Fifth Harmony Announce The Reflection Tour". Music Times. Retrieved January 7, 2015.
  4. ^Carl Smith (19 March 2015). "Fifth Harmony to livestream Boston date of their Reflection tour: 'We're so excited'". Sugarscape.
  5. ^"Current Boxscore". Billboard. 25 January 2013.
  6. ^"Fifth Harmony 2015 Reflection Tour Schedule`". January 8, 2015. Retrieved April 27, 2015.
  7. ^"Fifth Harmony Announces Major Tour & They Absolutely Need To Play These 7 Songs Live". April 26, 2015. Retrieved April 27, 2015.
  8. ^"Fifth Harmony Announces Fall European Tour Dates". Billboard.
  9. ^"Fifth Harmony Are Going On Tour! Get The Dates And See When They're Coming To Your Town". MTV.
  10. ^"On Air with Ryan Seacrest". On Air with Ryan Seacrest.
  11. ^Fifth Harmony, Jasmine V., Jacob Whitesides & Mahogany Lox – Uptown Funk. 7 January 2015 – via YouTube.
  12. ^"Fifth Harmony anuncia turnê de verão, a The Summer Tour".
  13. ^Fawnia Soo Hoo. "Fifth Harmony's Reflection 2.0 Tour Costumes: Marina Toybina Interview – Teen Vogue". Teen Vogue.
  14. ^Addiitonal sources for tour dates in North America
  15. ^"James Taylor postponed, Fifth Harmony cancels". Cincinnati. 16 July 2015.

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